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Coronation Street‘s cast and crew returned to the soap’s iconic cobbles this week, three months after production was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

And soap bosses have revealed how they will continue bringing the drama on-screen and keep to strict social distancing measures, which will see on-screen kisses and traditional explosive stunts barred.

Corrie producer Iain MacLeod said: ‘It’s been incredibly challenging – this is a programme about social interactions and romance and punching someone in the Rovers, all of which require you to be closer than two metres to your co-stars.’

New normal: Corrie  bosses have revealed how they will continue bringing the drama and keep to strict social distancing measures, which will see on-screen kisses barred (above Sarah Platt and Adam Barlow's March 2020 wedding)

New normal: Corrie  bosses have revealed how they will continue bringing the drama and keep to strict social distancing measures, which will see on-screen kisses barred (above Sarah Platt and Adam Barlow's March 2020 wedding)

New normal: Corrie  bosses have revealed how they will continue bringing the drama and keep to strict social distancing measures, which will see on-screen kisses barred (above Sarah Platt and Adam Barlow’s March 2020 wedding)

Discussing the inventive ways in which they will shoot an upcoming car accident sequence, MacLeod said: ‘It’s two people in vehicular jeopardy that will look like they’re right on top of each other and touching but will be shot with no-one going within two metres of each other at all. In instances like that, we’ll be cheating it.’

Elaborating on ‘cheating’ their way through this, he added: ‘Our request to directors has been: cheat it. 

‘We will use focal distancing and foreshortening to make it look like married couples are closer than they are and create a bit of intimacy. Otherwise it will look peculiar if they are unnaturally distancing.’ 

Another roadblock in a soap known for its romantic storylines, is the ban on kissing scenes in accordance with the on-set rules. 

Optical illusion: Discussing the inventive ways in which they will shoot an upcoming car accident sequence, MacLeod said: 'It¿s two people in vehicular jeopardy that will look like they¿re right on top of each other and touching' (above February 2020)

Optical illusion: Discussing the inventive ways in which they will shoot an upcoming car accident sequence, MacLeod said: 'It¿s two people in vehicular jeopardy that will look like they¿re right on top of each other and touching' (above February 2020)

Optical illusion: Discussing the inventive ways in which they will shoot an upcoming car accident sequence, MacLeod said: ‘It’s two people in vehicular jeopardy that will look like they’re right on top of each other and touching’ (above February 2020)

MacLeod said romance will be expressed in a different way, with on-screen couple sharing longing looks and expressing their interest verbally.   

He said: ‘On kissing, we had a scene which would have required Character A to have lip-on-lip contact with Character B so instead the writer had to very cleverly craft the scene so that the come on was verbal. It works equally well.’   

Actor Ben Price (Nick Tilsley) explained this week that his current emotionally-charged storyline with Jane Danson (Leanne), has been taxing to perform, given that their on-screen son is battling a life-limiting illness.

‘The scenes are incredibly touching and there was a moment where as Nick, I wanted to give her a hug, but I couldn’t,’ he said, with Jane adding: ‘We couldn’t physically touch each other but it didn’t feel too different. We found ways of looking at each other.’

Corrie bosses have acknowledged, however, there are some explosive storylines that cannot be done justice in the current climate.

Some stories have either been scrapped or adapted – or put on hold – to allow the new normal. Scenes due to be shot away from the cobbles have been re-set, while others have been pushed back months – even into next year in some cases.      

Words rather than gestures: Actor Ben Price (Nick Tilsley) explained this week that his current emotionally-charged storyline with Jane Danson (Leanne), has been taxing to perform, given that their on-screen son is battling a life-limiting illness

Words rather than gestures: Actor Ben Price (Nick Tilsley) explained this week that his current emotionally-charged storyline with Jane Danson (Leanne), has been taxing to perform, given that their on-screen son is battling a life-limiting illness

Words rather than gestures: Actor Ben Price (Nick Tilsley) explained this week that his current emotionally-charged storyline with Jane Danson (Leanne), has been taxing to perform, given that their on-screen son is battling a life-limiting illness

Despite COVID-19 not being the main focus of life on Coronation Street as the stories continue, the soap won’t ignore it – with the first references to the health crisis being made in an episode scheduled to air on July 24.

‘We took the view that it’s better to let viewers see the new world that we all live in rather than talk about it,’ explained MacLeod. 

‘I don’t think people tune in to Coronation Street wanting to see more people banging on about the pandemic. We want to stay true to what Corrie is, not suddenly turn it into a medical drama or a soap version of the Dustin Hoffman movie Outbreak. 

Coronation Street is the UK’s longest-running soap – and halted production in March when the UK went into lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

ITV’s other veteran soap Emmerdale, as well as BBC‘s EastEnders and Channel 4’s Hollyoaks, all ceased filming while the UK went into lockdown, with broadcasts slots reduced and fears that networks would run out of new episodes. 

Back in action! Coronation Street's cast and crew returned to work this week- stepping foot on the famous set for the first time in almost three months

Back in action! Coronation Street's cast and crew returned to work this week- stepping foot on the famous set for the first time in almost three months

Back in action! Coronation Street’s cast and crew returned to work this week- stepping foot on the famous set for the first time in almost three months

The  cobbles were back in business on Wednesday, with actors and production staff returning to the dormant sound stages and iconic Weatherfield neighbourhood, which is situated close to Manchester.

Under the television industry’s return-to-work rules, cast and crew kept away from one another, filming scenes with the UK’s continued 2 meter social distance rule in place.

 In somewhat bizarre behind-the-scenes images released by ITV, the stars were seen interacting on the cobbles of Coronation Street, but standing carefully apart from each other.

Similarly, camera operators kept back, and directors, producers and production assistance appeared few and far between. 

In addition, those not in the scenes were spotted wearing protective face masks, keeping COVID-19 at bay.

Despite rules still stringently in force in the UK when it comes to the public’s indoor interaction, the cast and crew were back on interior sets, returning to the familiar household sound-stages of Corrie’s residents.

Moving on: It's been said by Corrie bosses that coronavirus will not dominate the forthcoming storylines

Moving on: It's been said by Corrie bosses that coronavirus will not dominate the forthcoming storylines

Moving on: It’s been said by Corrie bosses that coronavirus will not dominate the forthcoming storylines

Cast were seen in their ‘homes’, while camera crew kept way back, and producers watched the action from monitors out of the way.   

Backstage, script supervisors and wardrobe and make-up artists were seen perched on chairs, carefully set away from each other, no doubt glad to be back to work regardless.

The entrances of the Corrie studios and sets also have a series of signs displayed, enforcing social distancing upon arrival. 

New safety measures have been put in place at ITV studios including medical screening, safe-distance queuing and ambulances on set amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The channel’s Health and Safety team and medical advisers have been working closely with the government to consult on social distancing guidelines to ensure the team are working in accordance with return-to-production protocols.  

Far, far away: Those on set are filming scenes with the UK's continued 2 meter social distance rule in place

Far, far away: Those on set are filming scenes with the UK's continued 2 meter social distance rule in place

Far, far away: Those on set are filming scenes with the UK’s continued 2 meter social distance rule in place

ITV also revealed that they would not have any shoots on location, while scripts have been adapted to include fewer scenes and a small number of actors so that the cameras don’t need to be moved on a regular basis.

Corrie producer Iain MacLeod has also explained that cast have been told to keep their hands to themselves and to leave props alone unless absolutely vital to a scene.

‘If you consider that every time somebody touches something that has been bought in from our buying team, then been placed on set by somebody from our design team — that’s three possible chains of transmission for any virus particles that might be on any of their hands,’ he said. 

Crew are also using coloured poles to keep stars apart. ITV boss John Whiston revealed: ‘We going to do blue and red and then people pointed out that there were too many tribal football loyalties around so I think, on Coronation Street it’s green, orange and pink to sort of try and avoid that.’    

Stars such as Michael Le Vell, Sally Dynevor and Alexandra Mardell were spotted arriving at the set to get back to work this week. Michael was seen arriving at the set on Monday with Sally and Harry where they were met with security guards wearing face masks.

Actor Andy Whyment recently shared a picture of new scripts, having been sent them in the post. Taking to his Instagram page, he penned: ‘New scripts EXCITED!’ 

As the actors return to filming, the plan is to make enough shows to continue airing three episodes a week to ensure the soap remains on-screen in July.              

ITV bosses previously confirmed that older cast members will be kept at home during the first few weeks of filming. 

Cast and crew over the age of 70, or with an underlying health condition, will be kept at home during the early stages.

This may be sad news for soap fans, as cast members who fall into that age bracket include William Roache (who plays Ken Barlow), Barbara Knox (Rita Tanner), Sue Nicholls (Audrey Roberts) and Maureen Lipman (Evelyn Plummer).   

'Too risky': Cast and crew over the age of 70, or with an underlying health condition, will be kept at home during the early stages (Ken Barlow's Bill Roache, 88, pictured)

'Too risky': Cast and crew over the age of 70, or with an underlying health condition, will be kept at home during the early stages (Ken Barlow's Bill Roache, 88, pictured)

Sad: This may be sad news for soap fans, as cast members who fall into that age bracket include Sue Nicholls, 76, who plays Audrey Roberts

Sad: This may be sad news for soap fans, as cast members who fall into that age bracket include Sue Nicholls, 76, who plays Audrey Roberts

‘Too risky’: Cast and crew over the age of 70, or with an underlying health condition, will be kept at home during the early stages (pictured: Ken Barlow’s Bill Roache, 88, left, and Audrey Roberts actress Sue Nicholls, 76, right) 

It had been reported that older stars may still appear via video calls, with boss MacLeod confirming as such this week.

‘Have we considered having the older or medically vulnerable cast on Zoom calls? The answer to that is yes!’ he said. ‘We’re very keen to make sure we keep as many of our wonderful cast and brilliant characters on screen as we can.

‘In some cases, they can’t physically be in the building but I know the audience will thank us for keeping sight of them – they’re all well loved and fantastic performers – we’re keen to see them as much as we can.’   

Fellow ITV boss Whiston, also explained that he is concerned about the soap getting back to work but then hitting further national complications – for example if there is a second wave of the coronavirus in the UK.

‘We have to plan for when certain stories are going to peak – if we get knocked off kilter we might have to do a Christmas bubble and just bring that in. We’ve got plan A, plan B, plan C and plan Z at the moment,’ he said.

The show will celebrate 60 years in December and explained that some of these celebratory storylines have required a rewrite.

Of this, MacLeod explained: ‘We’ve had to strip out some of the bigger Hollywood spectacular elements and to my immense relief below all of that are three or four fantastically good stories, including a salacious love triangle. Once we stripped away all the crash, bang, wallop what we’ve been left with is essential soap viewing.’ 

Earlier this month, Emmerdale became the first British soap to resume filming after production was halted.

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EastEnders

EastEnders are reportedly set to go off air on June 16, having aired all their episodes before production shut down.

An insider said talks about when the cast and crew will return are still ‘ongoing’.

Charlotte Moore, the broadcaster’s director of content, said last month that EastEnders would be up and running again within weeks.

Writing in The Telegraph, she said: ‘We’ve been looking carefully at how we can safely put some of our shows back into production, and I’m pleased to announce that we plan to begin filming again on both EastEnders and Top Gear by the end of June.’

Actor Scott Maslen, who plays Jack Branning on the soap, admitted in May that he was still waiting to hear when production would resume.

Builders were pictured getting to work on the new £87million set in Elstree Studios, London, last month.

Return to Walford? EastEnders are set to go off air on June 16, having aired all their episodes before production shut down and will resume filming next month (Steve McFadden pictured)

Return to Walford? EastEnders are set to go off air on June 16, having aired all their episodes before production shut down and will resume filming next month (Steve McFadden pictured)

Return to Walford? EastEnders are set to go off air on June 16, having aired all their episodes before production shut down and will resume filming next month (Steve McFadden pictured)

Hollyoaks

Hollyoaks bosses have announced production crew will return to the set in Liverpool in mid-June and filming will resume in full from July. 

The Channel 4 show, which is currently airing two nights a week, will then increase its output to four episodes a week from September with an aim to return to its full five episodes a week in 2021.

In recent days, Hollyoaks has been subject to off-camera scrutiny, after actresses Rachel Adedeji and Laila Rouass accused show bosses of racism and sexism.

This led to production company Lime Pictures releasing a statement which read:  ‘Lime Pictures strives to have zero tolerance of racism or any form of discrimination across all of its shows but it is clear we have further work to do. We must stamp out implicit bias which means calling out racism wherever and whenever we see it.  

‘We will continue to add to our action plan as we continue and broaden our dialogue with cast and staff. We are reaching out to all of our cast and staff that have raised matters to make sure that we address individual issues and concerns. We have asked all cast, staff and freelancers to share with us any further issues of concern or instances of unacceptable behaviour that they have not previously raised.

‘We are working with unconscious bias trainers to augment Lime’s all staff training to help address concerns raised by cast and staff. All BAME staff, freelancers and cast will be offered mentoring from Lime’s senior management.’  

New beginning: Hollyoaks bosses have announced they will start filming again this month in Liverpool and will fully return to set in July

New beginning: Hollyoaks bosses have announced they will start filming again this month in Liverpool and will fully return to set in July

New beginning: Hollyoaks bosses have announced they will start filming again this month in Liverpool and will fully return to set in July

Emmerdale 

Emmerdale has already started filming again, with a small cast and crew returning to production in late May.

The soap has begun a phased return in order to minimise risk of infection at the studio while the outdoor set has been revamped.

New safety measures have been put in place at ITV studios including medical screening, safe-distance queuing and ambulances on set amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

The channel’s Health and Safety team and medical advisers have been working closely with the government to consult on social distancing guidelines to ensure the team are working in accordance with return-to-production protocols. 

ITV also revealed that they would not have any shoots on location, while scripts have been adapted to include fewer scenes and a small number of actors so that the cameras don’t need to be moved on a regular basis. 

First ones back: Emmerdale has already started filming again, with a small cast and crew returning to production in late May

First ones back: Emmerdale has already started filming again, with a small cast and crew returning to production in late May

First ones back: Emmerdale has already started filming again, with a small cast and crew returning to production in late May 

Coronation Street 

Cast returned to set on June 9 to produce new episodes, with a plan to make enough shows to continue airing three episodes a week to ensure the soap remains on-screen in July.

ITV bosses also confirmed that older cast members will be kept at home during the first few weeks of filming, with star Andy Whyment revealing that kissing scenes will be banned in accordance with new social distancing measures.

Coronation Street bosses confirmed that the soap’s production team began a health and safety induction to familiarise themselves with the new protocols that are now in place throughout the studios and on set. 

Crew have also begun preparations to ensure filming will resume as scheduled at the studios in Manchester. 

Return: Coronation Street stars returned to set on June 9 to produce new episodes after the shutdown (Ian Bartholomew and Shelley King pictured)

Return: Coronation Street stars returned to set on June 9 to produce new episodes after the shutdown (Ian Bartholomew and Shelley King pictured)

Return: Coronation Street stars returned to set on June 9 to produce new episodes after the shutdown (Ian Bartholomew and Shelley King pictured)

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Money For Nothing presenter EJ Osborne dies aged 45

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Money For Nothing presenter EJ Osborne has died, his co-host Sarah Moore confirmed on Wednesday. 

Moore, who worked alongside the 44-year old woodworker on their BBC show, led the tributes by sharing an image of Osborne and his wife Anne-Marie on Instagram. 

Captioning the photo, she wrote: All of the @monfornothing team were devastated to hear the news that the fantastic, inspiring, chuckling and talented member of our TV family @hatchetandbear has passed away. 

Tragic: Money For Nothing presenter EJ Osborne has died, his co-host Sarah Moore confirmed on Wednesday

Tragic: Money For Nothing presenter EJ Osborne has died, his co-host Sarah Moore confirmed on Wednesday

‘I join with all of the team, our artisans, production crew, directors, executives, viewers and friends in sending our love and respect to his family. He touched us deeply with his obvious lust for life, energy and commitment. 

‘He sent me this picture last year whilst holidaying. Anne-Marie, his wife, asks that we share our pictures so I’m posting this here as I think EJ looks so happy. Rest in peace and purple sequins my friend. See you on the other side.’ 

The Australian woodworker and TV presenter, who identified as a transgender man, is believed to have passed away on Tuesday evening. A cause of death is yet to be confirmed. 

Tribute: Moore, who worked alongside the 44-year old woodworker on their BBC show, broke the tragic news on Instagram

Tribute: Moore, who worked alongside the 44-year old woodworker on their BBC show, broke the tragic news on Instagram

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She will soon be very busy presenting the upcoming series of Strictly Come Dancing.

And Claudia Winkleman let her hair down before the most manic time in her work calendar as she stepped out for dinner at Annabel’s in Mayfair on Tuesday night.

The presenter, 48, looked stylish in a cream and black stripped jumper and black trousers as she left the swanky eatery.  

Night out: Claudia Winkleman looked stylish in a cosy jumper and knee-high boots as she stepped out for dinner at Annabel's on Tuesday night

Night out: Claudia Winkleman looked stylish in a cosy jumper and knee-high boots as she stepped out for dinner at Annabel’s on Tuesday night 

She finished off the autumnal outfit with a pair of brown heeled knee-high boots for the dinner with her mother Eve Pollard.  

Claudia opted for a very bronzed makeup look and highlighted her pretty features with her trademark dark eye liner.

Eve, 74, also looked chic in an all-black ensemble which she teamed with a cream trench coat.  

Dinner: She finished off the autumnal outfit with a pair of brown heeled knee-high boots for the dinner with her mother Eve Pollard

Dinner: She finished off the autumnal outfit with a pair of brown heeled knee-high boots for the dinner with her mother Eve Pollard

Radiant: Claudia opted for a very bronzed makeup look and highlighted her pretty features with her trademark dark eye liner

Radiant: Claudia opted for a very bronzed makeup look and highlighted her pretty features with her trademark dark eye liner

Like mother like daughter: Eve, 74, also looked chic in an all-black ensemble which she teamed with a cream trench coat

Like mother like daughter: Eve, 74, also looked chic in an all-black ensemble which she teamed with a cream trench coat

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Earlier this summer Claudia confessed she does not take her Strictly Come Dancing position for granted as she admitted she fears for her job. 

In an interview with Daily Star Sunday, the host – who reportedly earns £450,000 a year – explained: ‘If they’ll have me, I’ll keep doing it. But I assume I’ll be fired any minute’. 

Claudia surprisingly revealed she has never tuned in to watch herself, insisting: ‘I can’t or I’d be sick, I can’t imagine how irritating I am’.  

Glowing: The presenter, 48, looked stylish in a cream and black stripped jumper and black trousers as she left the swanky eatery

Glowing: The presenter, 48, looked stylish in a cream and black stripped jumper and black trousers as she left the swanky eatery

Fun: The pair looked in high spirits as they left the restaurant in central London together on Tuesday night

Fun: The pair looked in high spirits as they left the restaurant in central London together on Tuesday night

Autumn style: Claudia looked relaxed but chic in the jumper and black jeans combo for her night out

Autumn style: Claudia looked relaxed but chic in the jumper and black jeans combo for her night out

The brunette beauty has worked on television for over 30 years and is undoubtedly an extremely talented presenter.

However, the mother-of-three has put a great deal of her success down to ‘luck’. She said: ‘I feel I have already had too long a run. I am incredibly lucky’.

Strictly Come Dancing will be back on screens on the BBC this autumn and will be presented by Claudia and Tess Daly. 

Home time: The presenter was out and about with her mother, with the pair seeming leaving in separate directions from the bar

Home time: The presenter was out and about with her mother, with the pair seeming leaving in separate directions from the bar 

Something to look forward to: Strictly Come Dancing will be back on screens on the BBC this autumn and will be presented by Claudia and Tess Daly

Something to look forward to: Strictly Come Dancing will be back on screens on the BBC this autumn and will be presented by Claudia and Tess Daly 

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Former best friends-turned-arch enemies Irena Srbinovska and Bella Varelis are his final two ladies.

And in a dramatic teaser for Thursday night’s finale of The Bachelor, Locky Gilbert breaks down in tears as he’s forced to make the heart-breaking decision to let one go and pick his winner.

The decision is even more difficult given that the teaser shows the 30-year-old confidently telling both brunette beauties that he’s falling in love with them on their final dates together.

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'How am I meant to do this?' In a dramatic teaser for Thursday night's finale of The Bachelor, Locky Gilbert breaks down into tears as he's forced to make the heart-breaking decision to let one go and pick his winner

‘How am I meant to do this?’ In a dramatic teaser for Thursday night’s finale of The Bachelor, Locky Gilbert breaks down into tears as he’s forced to make the heart-breaking decision to let one go and pick his winner

Locky tells the cameras: ‘I thought I would come here and meet one person that I like and then end up together. But I found two!

‘They are two of the most incredible women that I’ve ever met in my entire life.’

Host Osher Günsberg’s dramatic voiceover adds: ‘Locky faces an impossible choice… and not even his mother can help.’

‘They’re both beautiful girls, can’t you have them both?’ his mother cheekily asks him as he seeks her advice on his impending final decision.    

Smitten: The decision is even more difficult given that the teaser shows the 30-year-old confidently telling Irena [pictured together] that he has fallen in love with her

Smitten: The decision is even more difficult given that the teaser shows the 30-year-old confidently telling Irena [pictured together] that he has fallen in love with her 

Double trouble: He also utters the same words of adoration to Bella on their romantic date [both pictured]

Double trouble: He also utters the same words of adoration to Bella on their romantic date [both pictured]

Tough: Host Osher Günsberg's dramatic voiceover adds: 'Locky faces an impossible choice... and not even his mother can help'

Tough: Host Osher Günsberg’s dramatic voiceover adds: ‘Locky faces an impossible choice… and not even his mother can help’

The voiceover continued: ‘The Bachelor heads off-road and into uncharted territory not once, but twice.’

A short scene in the teaser shows Locky telling a delighted Irena: ‘I have fallen in love with you’ – before he utters the same words of adoration to Bella on their own date.

Standing at his final rose ceremony, cameras pan around him as he breaks down into tears while asking himself: ‘How am I meant to do it? You don’t break up with someone you love!’

A primped and preened Irena makes her way to Locky while telling producers: ‘Knowing that he’s in love with me… I feel confident knowing that this is the beginning of our future together.’

Locky's mother cheekily asks him: 'They're both beautiful girls, can't you have them both?'

Locky’s mother cheekily asks him: ‘They’re both beautiful girls, can’t you have them both?’

'Who tells someone they love them and then picks someone else?' Bella adds that's Locky's declaration of love assured her

‘Who tells someone they love them and then picks someone else?’ Bella adds that’s Locky’s declaration of love assured her

Decision: Standing at his final rose ceremony, cameras pan around him as he breaks down into tears while asking himself: 'How am I meant to do it? You don't break up with someone you love!'

Decision: Standing at his final rose ceremony, cameras pan around him as he breaks down into tears while asking himself: ‘How am I meant to do it? You don’t break up with someone you love!’

Elsewhere Bella adds that’s Locky’s declaration of love assured her.

‘It’s given me hope that everything will be alright. I mean, who tells someone they love them and then picks someone else?’

Osher dramatically declares the show will have ‘an ending you won’t believe.’

The Bachelor finale airs Thursday at 7:30pm on Channel 10

'An ending like you won't believe': The Bachelor finale airs Thursday at 7:30pm on Channel 10

‘An ending like you won’t believe’: The Bachelor finale airs Thursday at 7:30pm on Channel 10

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